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Trilene Micro Ice Line

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A question on Trilene Micro Ice line?
Is this the same as the Sensation line
and just packaged in smaller spools and a
different package aimed for the ice angler??
I already have an ample supply of the Sensation product. I plan on getting some of the Fireline Micro Ice as I don't have any
of the smaller pound stuff around.I have heard that Fireline and Fireline Micro Ice are the same,so I was wondering if thats true for the Trilene Sensation and Trilene Micro Ice????

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Tumbleweed,
I am not sure if it is the same formulation, maybe pick up a spool and put some of each in the freezer? or try emailing the folks at Berkley. Let us know what you find.

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The only big differnces is that the micro ice is spoce to be like 30% percent smaller of a braid. SO in that case it shouldnt absorb as much water as a normal braid. I like the stuff. I caught my fair share of fish on ite. craps,gills, and snots

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It is not the same line.
Micro Ice has a different color to it.

Fireline is however the same.
The micro ice spool in just a smaller amount of line...50 yards instead of the usual 125 yard spool.

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